Jenny Yu


You must be searching this Taiwanese courtside reporter Jenny Yu (俞西潔), who dared ask Gilas Pilipinas golden boy Terrence Bill Romeo if he would like her to be his "Juliet." It was the pulse-pounding victory of the Philippines against heated rivals Chinese Taipei in front of a partisan crowd at the Xinhuang Stadium highlighted by Mr. Romeo's dizzying ankle-breaker and amazing shot against Quincy Davis that left the crowd awestruck.


Ms. Yu later posted a picture with Mr. Romeo on her social media account. The photo caused a sensation among Taiwanese and Filipino netizens thereby dubbing them as the so-called #RomYu "love team."

She's a reporter for Taiwan's leading sports cable channel VL Sports. Of course, it's her job to follow the teams playing in the 2015 William Jones Cup and maybe a huge preference for Mr. Romeo. If you have a stalker like her, would you ever say no?

To be honest, she looks better with her preppy look.







And don't forget to check out this #RomYu feature about this mystery girl:

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Floor Jansen


Floor Jansen  is a Dutch singer-songwriter and current lead vocalist of the Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish and Dutch progressive metal band ReVamp.

Ms. Jansen first became known as a member of symphonic metal band After Forever, standing as their lead vocalist from 1997 to their disbanding in 2009. When After Forever disbanded, she created ReVamp and released two albums with them. In 2012 following the departure of their lead vocalist Anette Olzon, Nightwish brought in Ms. Jansen as a touring member until the end of their Imaginaerum World Tour. In 2013, they announced Ms. Jansen was now their full-time lead vocalist.


A frequent collaborator of Arjen Anthony Lucassen, she is a member of his progressive metal supergroup Star One, and sang in the Ayreon albums "Universal Migrator Part 1: The Dream Sequencer" and "01011001." She also sung lead vocals in several songs of the MaYan album "Quarterpast" and in Avalon's "Angels of the Apocalypse." She is the older sister of fellow singer Irene Jansen.

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Didem Erol


Didem Erol, also known as Dana Flynn, is an Australian-born Turkish-American actress, model, and TV host. She was born in Sydney to Turkish parents and lives in Los Angeles, California. Amidst media speculation, Ms. Erol confirmed she was dating American film director Quentin Tarantino whom she met in Cannes, France. However, her relationship with Mr. Tarantino ended after four years.


She starred in films like "The Contract" (2006), "Balans ve manevra" (2005) and "Yasar ne yasar ne yasamaz" (2008).

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Marline Yan


Marline Yan is a Canadian actress and singer known for her role in the Canadian television series "How To Be Indie."


Ms. Yan started acting and singing when she was 10 years old in shows from local theater companies. Due to her portrayal of the fictional Filipino-Canadian character Abigail Flores in the popular YTV show "How to Be Indie," she is often mistaken to be of Filipino descent. She is actually of mixed Asian heritage as she is of Cambodian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai, and Indian descent.

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She appeared as Sophia in the successful Family Channel series "Connor Undercover." In 2010, Ms. Yan was cast a minor two episode role for "Wingin' It," a children's series which also starred her "How to Be Indie" co-star Dylan Everett. She most recently completed a television film titled "Made... The Movie" and was cast in the 2010 film "Trigger." Subsequently, she returned for a second season of "How To Be Indie," which premiered in fall 2010.

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Elly Tran


Elly Tran, also known as Tran Ha or Elly Kim Hong, is a Vietnamese model and actress known for her roles in films such as "That Sounds Good" (2010), "Ghost at School" (2011) and "Saigon Electric" (2011).

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She rose to fame when her pictures became a viral sensation in the Internet. With her pearly white skin and angelic smile, it's no wonder why she has became a fantasy in every Vietnamese boy and man.

Once conservative by North American standards, Vietnamese web sites are now featuring so-called "hot girls," beauties who are using their own pictures to carve out entertainment careers. Among them was Thuy Top (coined by the locals as "The Vietnamese Paris Hilton"), who added two picture sets to her little-known blog and suddenly got MMA modeling opportunities and a television acting role.

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With this in mind, Ms. Tran chose a similar path when modeling prospects approached her. Legend has it that she had a blog, but the simple truth is that the posting of her pictures in 2009 on the popular photo site Flickr created near-instant pandemonium. Though the sets were strictly PG-13 in nature and ranged from classy indoor shots to bright outdoor photos, everyone wanted a piece of her.

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